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BBC compares Ikhwanbook to Facebook
BBC compares Ikhwanbook to Facebook
The BBC news website commented on the Muslim Brotherhood's, social networking site Ikhwanbook comparing it to the renowned US Facebook.
Saturday, August 28,2010 01:04
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The BBC news website commented on the Muslim Brotherhood's, social networking site Ikhwanbook comparing it to the renowned US Facebook.

 

The site which is expected to be launched on a permanent basis is still under trial and has gained many Muslim members who have described the site as the only channel left for the movement to publicise their policies since they are banned by the state to have access to their own channel or newspaper.

 

Users stressed that Ikhwanbook is unique since it is aimed at creating awareness of the moderate Islamic  values. They described the site as respecting member privacy with more reserved use of photographs,maintaining that Ikhwanbook  looks similar to Facebook, but  respects Islamic values better.

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